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meteorologist mike augustyniak of our cbs station wcco who says the northeast could get a nasty surprise at the end of this cold snap. >> good morning, charlie and norah. the coldest air has moved just to the east this morning. it's across the northeast after giving chicago its first subzero low yesterday in over 7 hundred days. we've now got single digits in detroit, pittsburgh, below zero in burlington. factor in the wind and it feels like 20 below there. 4 below in boston and 5 below in pittsburgh. the story is not much better for tomorrow. the overall weather pattern won't change with the cold stuff settled in the northeast and back in the midwest tomorrow as well. the jet stream, the storm highway is going to have to reconfigure until we get a warmup and by the weekend it could be happening. as that is happening there could be several inches of snow moving toward the mid-atlantic and toward boston. nothing like the snow and cold air that fell in the last couple of days. almost 2 feet in parts of new york and 6 to 8 inches in the western shores and lake superior. fo
expecting a wintry mix today says minneapolis mike agustugustyniak of our affiliat wcco. >> chicago is getting snow and detroit is getting snow and it's all in response to the warmer air that's going to be responding in the next couple of days. the ice is going to be program especially through i-40 and north tennessee through kentucky and later today working through western north carolina, western south carolina. a quarter of an inch of icing at most, enough to slick up the roads for sure. and there are schools closed already there. a little farther north from norfolk virginia to washington d.c. light snow, enough to cause problems. 1 to 3 inches there. looks like an inch or less in new york city. for "cbs this morning," i'm mike agus stin yak in minneapolis. >>> many of the world's top business leaders are in davos this week for the annual world economic forum, but this year their focus is not on europe. anthony mason joins us from davos. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. maybe it's the abrasive air but there's been a move in davos. 12 months ago it looked like they
off the road. meteorologist mike agustiniak is following the storm. >> that's going to build parter to the east. in fact, the ice working through central pennsylvania, southern tier of new york. upstate new york starts to get it and so will new york city and boston in time for the evening commute. so a messy drive home there. snow fall total wise it looks like quite a bit from the adirondacks to the catskills to the berkshires. in some terrain, 1 to 3 inches of snow. that includes downtown boston 1rks to 3 inches. icing wise, this is that freezing ice, that glazing ice, snow in the poconos. in new york city, maybe a thin koetding. washington, d.c., maybe the same thing. milder air as we go through tomorrow with temperatures approaching record highs. with "cbs this morning," i'm mike augustyniak from minneapolis. >>> the same horror has struck brazil. more than 230 people died yesterday early morning after a club packed with young people caught fire. it happened in a college town in southern brazil. margaret brennan shows us how the building became a death trap. >> reporter: initial
strategist in 2000 and then mike murphy republican strategist in 2008, said the republican party cannot survive if it doesn't find an inroad to hispanic voters. now the election results have spoken louder than those two strategists, and the entire party -- not the entire party, but a lot of those loud voices have come on board with this idea. you've had a moment here where both parties are anxious to see this. >> can you believe the common ground will lead to a successful legislation? >> well the way things are now, you have to be skeptical about progress but you do have republicans who want a deal here. now the question is on the details. and the key here is one to watch. why won't this be liking the immigration process in the past the one the raegeagans had, and that is what makes people skeptical. the worry is that you give what the republicans call amnesty but no enforcement. you get the politically beneficial part, the part that allows these undocumented workers to come in out of the shadows, but you don't enforce the border measures that keep more people
there, looks like an inch or less in new york city. for "cbs this morning," i'm mike augustyniak from minneapolis. >>> from weather to the economy, you hope the world economy is on wall street, but now in switzerland. many are in davos for the annual world economic forum but this year their focus is not on europe. anthony mason joins us from davos. anthony good morning. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. maybe it's the bracing mountain air but there's been a pronounced mood swing in davos. 12 months ago it looked like the financial collapse in europe could lead to a global recession. what a difference a year makes. in the hallways and meeting rooms of the world economic forum where top bankers, business leaders and politicians come every year to swap intelligence there's a sense the global economy has finally turned a corner. as ken frazier, ceo of pharmaceutical giant merck. >> i think the u.s. economy is poised to take off. i think it's been through some tough times. i think it's the strongest economy in the world. >> reporter: the imf forecasts the global econo
. >> meanwhile a point in brientd park froze over. let's speak with meteorologist mike augustyniak. >> 5 below in minneapolis, 30 below in international falls, but the cold hasn't eased much in the northeast either. 11 below in burlington, 5 in boston, 12 in new york, and 19 in washington, d.c. it's feeling like it's below zero everywhere. new york city feels like 12. washington feels like 6. a little light snow there last night and this morning, but it's ice i'm concerned about coming up late tonight and tomorrow morning, especially north of i-40 in tennessee back toward atlanta and into upstate south carolina through the day tomorrow. could be up to a quarter inch of icing. then a chance for snow for the east coast. doesn't look like much. maybe an inch or so. the good news is that will bring in some slightly milder air by the end of the workweek and definitely by the weekend. back to you. >> thanks. democrats are already thinking about 2016. during yesterday's benghazi hearing senator barbara boxer and robert menendez took time to praise hillary clinton, making it clear they'd like her back
was killed. meteorologist mike augustyniak is watching the cold weather this morning. >> thanks, charlie and norah. it's been brutally cold again this morning, sitting at 9 below in the twin cities of minneapolis and st. paul, 25 below in international falls, marquette 15 below. windchills approaching 40 below in international falls, 27 below in green bay, 31 below in marquette and chicago along with detroit in the teens below zero when you factor in that wind. at least here in the upper midwest it's actually better than yesterday. the coldest windchill yesterday, little town on the north shore of lake spearer, grand marais 54 below. 40 below in minot. coming up dangerous amounts of cold. windchills 25 to 35 below. blue shaded areas, cleveland, pittsburgh buffalo, feeling 10 to 5 below and frost bite on the skin 10 to 15 minutes. by tomorrow the coldest of the cold will push slightly to the east. it will feel 25 to 40 below late tonight early tom low in marquette, around milwaukee for sure, just approaching chicago. detroit 10 to 25 below, pittsburgh same thing, anothe
station, mike. good morning to you. >> good morning, gayle. it is cold here in the midwest. we're below zero. five belows in the midwest. 30s below in international false. the cold hasn't eeszed much. 11 below in burlington and 19 in washington, d.c. it's feeling like it's below zero in new york new england. new york city feels like 12 washington feels like 6. little light snow there last night and this morning. it's ice that i'm concerned about coming up late tonight and through tomorrow morning especially north of i-40 in tennessee, back toward atlanta and into upstate south carolina through the day tomorrow. could be up to a quarter of an inch of icing. then a chance of snow in the east coast. doesn't look like much. maybe an inch or so. that will bring in slightly milder air by the end the work week. >>> days into president obama's second term democrats are already thinking about 2016. during yesterday's benghazi hearings senators barbara boxer and robert maine then dez took time to praise hillary clinton making clear they'd like her back in public service. the
good in college park. back to you, mike. >>> a beautiful vantage point. our coverage of the inauguration is not complete without you at home. log onto the facebook fan page and tell us your inauguration story. we're so glad to be covering it today. we'll see you back here in a half hour. >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning" from the national mall here in washington. it's the day every president hopes for, the chance to be sworn in for a second term. we'll look back at some of the most famous inaugural speeches. first it was the bangs. now michelle obama want to see the dress the first lady will wear tonight. but first here's a look at what we're covering this morning in our eye opener. >> and will to the best of my ability preserve protect, and defend the constitution of the united states. >> so help you god? >> so help me god. >> congratulations, mr. president. >> president obama begins a second term in the white house. >> president obama did not divulge much. >> the big speech characterizes it. >> it talks about the values and the v
is mike timlin. batería. girl: batería is edgar rentería. yeah, they're playing the grebes in the show. timlin: today we're at dimock community health center. we're painting the green wall. girl 2: we're painting it green because it looks like the green monster. we're going to make a mess on this wall. we're going to help these guys. we'll paint it together. are you guys ready? kids: yes! timlin: this is what we can do off the field just to show, you know we're all on the same team. whose number is that? kids: johnny damon's! johnny damon or playmon from the grebes? kids: playmon! girl: from the grebes! timlin: i need... someone to help me out. going to start over here. how's that? these guys are awesome. así... timlin: there we go. ¿cómo está, bien? these kids are amazing painters. there you go. very good. damon: i prefer to watch these kids paint. you know, they're much better painters than we are. we like to play baseball. damon: oh, it's going great. we're accomplishing what we need to do. we're painting this wall green and we're using a lot of teamwork, so
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